Alex Lindsay to Discuss Final Cut Pro

by malducin

Alex Lindsay, former member of ILM's Rebel Unit, will give a talk on November 17, 2004 at the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User's Group.

Here is the press release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT
Ted Price
415.250.2085
tedprice@mac.com

PIXEL CORPS' ALEX LINDSAY TO SPEAK AT LOS ANGELES FINAL CUT PRO USER'S GROUP

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 12, 2004 - Alex Lindsay, former member of Industrial Light and Magic's "Rebel Unit" and founder of the Pixel Corps, a global guild of digital media craftsmen, will be speaking at this month's meeting of the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User's Group.

On November 17, Lindsay will be showing the LAFCPUG how to capture live video directly into a PowerBook using Apple's Final Cut Pro. The process enables a filmmaker to see immediately how their shots are working while still on set and eliminates the time-consuming task of capturing from tape. The LAFCPUG meeting is also at the Gallery Theatre at Barnsdall Park in Hollywood starting at 7:00. For more information, go to www.lafcpug.org

About Pixel Corps The Pixel Corps is a guild for the next generation of digital craftsmen. With more than 1,000 members in 20 countries, the Pixel Corps provides extensive training in all aspects of production, from the initial concept all the way through post-production and delivery. The Pixel Corps community provides an arena where industry experts can pass along their knowledge to experts and beginners alike. Beyond learning, this community builds a strong network where members can trade work amongst themselves. For more information, please visit www.pixelcorps.com

About the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User's Group The Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group, (LAFCP UG) was born out of the 2-pop community. Established in June of 2000 by a few dozen folks who had been meeting regularly on the forums of 2-pop.com, the LAFCPUG was created simply for a chance to meet face to face and share experiences and concerns surrounding Final Cut Pro.

Many thanks to Ted Price for the heads up.